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Considers the central themes and problems of contemporary gender and queer theory. Readings include works by foundational thinkers in the field such as Foucault, Rubin, and Butler. Specific topics of inquiry may include critical assessments or theoretical explorations of the following: identity politics, sexual orientation science studies, gay marriage, transgender theory, and intersexuality studies.